It is truly an honor to serve as Suffolk County Legislator for a fourth term. I’d like to thank the residents of the Fourth Legislative District for their continued support and trust. As a man of the people, my commitment is to keep Suffolk County a great place to live, work and raise families.

My district is located in the heart of Brookhaven Town, encompassing Selden, Centereach and the Brookhaven portion of Ronkonkoma, plus parts of Farmingville, Medford, Coram, Holbrook, Holtsville and Port Jefferson Station.


Currently, I sit on the Environment, Planning and Agriculture and Seniors and Consumer Protection committees, and serve as Vice Chair of Public Works, Transportation and Energy. My energies will be focused on modernizing our aging County infrastructure and ensuring that all services in Suffolk County, especially for our senior population are top notch.

It is my job to listen to the needs of the community, and relay those needs to county government; as your elected official I take that responsibility very seriously. MY door is always open, and I invite my constituents to contact my staff and me if we can be of assistance. Thank you again.




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-- Sponsored legislation adopting a Local Law to provide designated parking for veterans at County facilities.  (IR 1007-16)

-- Sponsored legislation declaring the month of October as “Sudden Cardiac Arrest Awareness Month” in Suffolk County to raise awareness of sudden cardiac arrest.  (IR 1442-16)

-- Legislation introduced by Legislators Muratore, Hahn and Schneiderman, authorizing the transfer of surplus cellphones to the Retreat.  (Res. 968-15)


Selden Fire Department Designates Parking for Veterans Staff members from the Fourth Legislative District join officials from the Selden Fire Department at a ribbon cutting event, displaying the newly designated parking spaces for Veterans. Earlier this year because Legislator Tom Muratore introduced a bill, adopted as Local Law 21, “to provide designated parking for veterans at county facilities.” Many local business and non-county municipalities are following suit.